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Re: A tale of a programming conlanger

From:Ed Heil <edheil@...>
Date:Thursday, August 19, 1999, 21:21
If not javascript, maybe a perl script.  I know there is at least one
free webspace provider ( that lets you enter your own
perl scripts.

Maybe we could use Charles's, or rip off some from Chris Pound's


BP Jonsson wrote:

> At 21:49 +0200 19.8.1999, taliesin the storyteller wrote: > > >I'm now working on adding digraph-analysis, with both pre-defined and > >guessed digraphs, and maybe later I'll make a config-file and add para- > >meters 'n such. > > IMHO it would mostly suffice, and indeed be interesting in itself, to > simply list all the two-letter (and three-letter) sequences in the text. > One usually has biases there too! I dont think any natlang has so many > "nd", "dr" or "ndr" sequences as some of my conlangs. I simply happen to > like those sequences; "ld" and "ldr" too. > > Now for the real challenge: a letter-sequence-statistics plus > word-generator in javascript. That might attract people to conlanging: > "enter some words or names, whose sound is pleasing/exciting/whatever to > your ear -- from one or several languages -- and klick the button!" > > > /BP > > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ > B.Philip Jonsson <bpj@...> <melroch@...> > > Solitudinem faciunt pacem appellant! > (Tacitus) >